Sneads landmarks named to National Register of Historic Places

The director of the National Park Service announced today that the historic Sneads Town Pump and log Community Building have been added to the National Register of Historic Places. The application that led to the recognition was prepared by Andrew Waber of the Florida Division of Historical Resources with support from Connie Butts, the Sneads […]

Cowpen Pond Cemetery in Dellwood, Florida

Two Egg TV takes you on a special visit to Cowpen Pond Cemetery near the community of Dellwood in the Florida Panhandle. It is the burial place of scores of Florida pioneers, including descendants of American frontiersman Daniel Boone. Have you watched Two Egg TV LIVE? Just click below to check it out for yourself! […]

Fort Gaines, GA turns 200!

Fort Gaines, the historic Georgia city overlooking the Chattahoochee River, is now 200 years old. (Be sure to see the video at the bottom of this page!) Located on the sites of American Indian settlements dating back thousands of years, the city takes its name from a frontier military post established by U.S. troops on […]

Great Oaks Mansion to become public?

Has a group of local preservationists succeeded in their effort to save one of Florida last remaining antebellum mansions? Here’s the full story from Two Egg TV: Be sure to visit our main page at for more great stories from the American Southeast!   Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Reddit

Boll Weevil Monument – Enterprise, Alabama

The Boll Weevil Monument is one of the few monuments in the world erected to honor an insect! Rachael Conrad has the story of this fascinating memorial in Enterprise, Alabama: To see other great stories from around the Southeast, be sure to visit our main page at     Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Reddit

Historic grist mill in Jackson County, Florida

The historic Sexton Mill (also called the Kent Mill or Dilmore Mill) is located near Alford in the picturesque lakes country of Jackson County, Florida.  Built in 1884, it is still operational and is a unique reminder of times gone by. With this report we also welcome Robert Daffin, formerly of Chipola College TV’s Southern […]

Chipley, FL: Boyhood home of the real “Atticus Finch”

The death of Harper Lee on Friday (2/19/2016) took lovers of Southern literature by surprise. She is best remembered, of course, for her monumental novel To Kill a Mockingbird. It is a story about coming of age in a small Southern town and is filled with memorable characters, good and bad. Principal among these is a […]